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    A good friend of mine is Indian. I was at her house for breakfast not last Sunday, but the Sunday before. She made me a potato dish. It was potatoes, mixed with flour, red onion, mint leaves and some spices made into a pancake thing, cooked on this special frying pan. You dip it into natural yoghurt! Yummo! I ate two of them, and then we had a cup of Indian tea! She told me what they are called but I can't remember
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    A good friend of mine is Indian. I was at her house for breakfast not last Sunday, but the Sunday before. She made me a potato dish. It was potatoes, mixed with flour, red onion, mint leaves and some spices made into a pancake thing. You dip it into natural yoghurt! Yummo! I ate two of them, and then we had a cup of Indian tea! She told me what they are called but I can't remember
    Sounds yummo. Interestingly enough I was actually asking my Indian taxi driver about this during the week. He said they mostly ate roti, Stuffed with veg and spice then dipped in yoghurt. He also said that his mother made a special type of butter they would have on plain roti.

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    update - the shop has opened. we have had take away dinner and it was really really yum but a bit pricey.

    the breakfast and lunch are traditional anglo breaky - bacon and eggs,museli, foccaccias etc etc.

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    when we had indian breakfast it was usually roti canai (DH had crispy dosai) (flat breads) and curry, some fruit and Id always have teh tarik (pulled tea) to drink

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    now I want roti canai (((

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    update - the shop has opened. we have had take away dinner and it was really really yum but a bit pricey.

    the breakfast and lunch are traditional anglo breaky - bacon and eggs,museli, foccaccias etc etc.
    Thanks for the update


 

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